Sunday, February 21, 2010

Flying the Friendly Skies

Greetings friends and followers,

Clear, sunny and warm in Seattle. Yes, you read that right. It's February in Seattle and the weather is absolutely flawless. This is obviously a direct result of the efforts of the GvsG project. Our data indicates that the positive effects of GvsG have had the biggest impact in areas closest to where the actual challenges take place. So those of you that live in Seattle and Sydney are no doubt experiencing a run of good fortune and existential bliss. To those of you in outlying areas, we suggest that you make a trip to either of our fine cities in an effort to soak up some of these positive forces. And to help you with your travels, wherever you choose to go, we have devised a special challenge that should make your next journey smooth and hassle-free.

Here are the details of the challenge:

1. Print out a picture of the other Gibson on a sheet of 8.5" x 11" (216 x 279 mm) paper.
2. Use this sheet to make a paper airplane.
3. At precisely 0:03 GMT on Saturday, February 27th launch the paper airplane from the highest level of a parking garage.
4. Record the event with photo and/or video footage.

Although this challenge focuses mainly on Airline travel, the numbers suggest that all means of travel should see marked improvement. Flights should see less turbulence, road trips should see less traffic delays, trains should see less derailments and boats should see less capsizing!

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